An acclaimed twentieth-century American writer in the Southern Gothic genre, she actually is most widely known for The Heart is a Depressed Hunter (1940) as well as the Member of the marriage (1946). Her various other works are the Ballad from the Sad Café (1951) and Clock Without Hands (1961). She still left her indigenous Georgia at age group seventeen with programs to review piano on the Juilliard College in NEW YORK. However, a episode of rheumatic fever compelled her go back to the South and re-focused her interest from music to composing. Reflecting her very own tumultuous lifestyle, her novels often depict individuals’ lonely internal lives. She was created Lula Carson Smith in Columbus, Georgia. She acquired a stormy romantic relationship with her hubby, Reeves McCullers; they divorced after he was present forging a few of her royalty assessments. They remarried in 1945, but their union found a tragic end (Reeves McCullers wiped out himself in 1953). She was motivated by playwright Tennessee Williams to create her popular function, The Person in the marriage. Both Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote belonged to McCullers’s internal circle of close friends.
|1||American novelist, story writer and dramatist whose work is usually set in the Deep South. Her style has been described as "southern gothic'.|
|2||She was plagued by ill-health for most of her life. Her husband was a psychotic who eventually killed himself.|
|3||Biography/bibliography in: "Contemporary Authors". New Revision Series, Vol. 132, pp. 274-281. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale, 2005.|
|A Tree a Rock a Cloud||2016||Short post-production|
|A Domestic Dilemma||2009||Short short story|
|The Member of the Wedding||1997||TV Movie novel "The Member of the Wedding"|
|Women & Men 2: In Love There Are No Rules||1991||TV Movie story "A Domestic Dilemma"|
|The Ballad of the Sad Cafe||1991||novel|
|The Member of the Wedding||1982||TV Movie play - novel|
|Une pierre, un arbre, un nuage||1981||Short short story|
|A Tree, a Rock, a Cloud||1978||Short story|
|Zurück, wo ich begann||1970||TV Movie play|
|The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter||1968||novel|
|Reflections in a Golden Eye||1967||novel|
|Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre||1964||TV Series story - 1 episode|
|Camera Three||1963||TV Series novel - 2 episodes|
|ITV Play of the Week||1960||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The DuPont Show of the Month||1958||TV Series play - 1 episode|
|Theatre Night||1957||TV Series play - 1 episode|
|Omnibus||1953||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Member of the Wedding||1952||novel / play|
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|1||[on writing] The writer must hew the phantom rock.|
|2||[on solitude] Once you have lived with another, it is a great torture to have to live alone.|
|3||But the hearts of small children are delicate organs. A cruel beginning in this world can twist them into curious shapes.|
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